A touchscreen Kindle for $99? Yes, please!
Microsoft has announced an $8.4 billion business deal that will see the Redmond-based software giant acquire VOIP phone service Skype.
Asus’ EeePad Transformer has been available in the United Kingdom for a while. Now, it’s time for U.S. customers to get a taste of the Honeycomb-flavoured Transformer.
Nintendo’s 3DS is groundbreaking in that it’s the first glasses-free 3D handheld console. However, it seems one of the company’s competitors isn’t even going to pretend to be impressed by Nintendo’s efforts in the console market.
Nokia may have just announced an ambition to make Windows Phone 7 its primary smartphone OS but prior to that, the company had all kinds of plans involving Symbian and MeeGo, the Linux-based OS it developed in conjunction with Intel...
The internet and digital content have been challenging the newspaper industry for years and the recent explosion of interest in tablet devices and MIDs represents an opportunity for media companies to increase digital revenue.
An interesting post on GameSpot suggests that Microsoft's new motion-sensing peripheral, Kinect, might have problems recognizing the faces of some dark-skinned users.
We decided to head down to Toys R Us Times Square to check out the line for Microsoft's nearly-launched Kinect peripheral.
Many enter debt to pay for the latest techie toy. But technology is a two-edged sword that can also help us save money.
Sorry users of older iPhones and iPod Touches -- multitasking will not be for you. Steve Jobs says that they don't have the power.
Makers of rechargeable batteries are vying to help stop you from tossing dead batteries. Which is brand and technology is the best?